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for Sat., July 28
  • Bob Schneider

    54-time Austin Music Award-winner Bob Schneider has reigned as a de facto king of the Austin music scene for a couple of decades now, and while no one stays on top forever, the man shows no signs of decay in quality or creativity.
    Fri., Aug. 17, 8:30pm  
    Threadgill's World HQ
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    Hot Summer Nights: Ringo Deathstarr, Growl, Flesh Lights, Sailor Poon, Robby, Shivery Shakes, Shmu, Being Dead

    Fuzzing a sweet spot betwixt MBV and the Stooges, Ringo Deathstarr’s Pure Mood in 2016 remains both the local trio’s latest LP and its ultimate statement. Basking in the glow of last year’s debut Won’t You, tuneful indie rockers Growl go on indefinite hiatus with a high note. Punk pop masters Flesh Lights, psychedelic synth wavers Shmu, sexually charged garage rockers Sailor Poon, jangle-poppers Shivery Shakes, and acid-cracked dream folkers Being Dead join in.
    Sat., July 28, 8pm
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    Hot Summer Nights: Dude Elsberry, Why Bonnie, Datenight, Bleary Eyed

    Local fourpiece Dude Elsberry crafts chipper indie with math rock aesthetics, upheld by Daniel Bryson’s nostalgic vox and Josh Malett’s quick-witted percussion. Floating in an effervescent effortlessness, five-part Austin crew Why Bonnie expand à la Alvvays on dream-pop ballads like “Stereo.” Double out-of-towners balance the bill: Datenight hails from Nashville toting unabashed punk jangles, and Philly act Bleary Eyed begins with lackadaisical sludge pop.
    Sat., July 28, 8pm
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    Hot Summer Nights: Eagle Claw, Mandate, Fanclub

    Instrumental doom thrashers Eagle Claw are like sharks: they don’t have to evolve because they’re already the top of the food chain. They’re joined outside by downbeat popsters Mandate, formed by members of Ballerino and A.M. Feelgood, electrofuzz outfit Fanclub, derived from the Dizzease and Letting Up Despite Great Faults, and blues-punk royal couple the Ghost Wolves.
    Sat., July 28, 8pm
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    Batty Jr. (record release)

    Funky, off-kilter ATX folk quartet drops Wormholes.
    Sat., July 28, 7pm 
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    Mat Zo

    Sat., July 28, 10pm
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